Born: Welland, Ontario 1967
Lives and works in Toronto, Canada
BFA with a Minor in Art History: The Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, 1994
Art Diploma: The Dundas Valley School of Art, 1991

Has exhibited widely across Canada, and internationally. Such venues include: The National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto), The Power Plant (Toronto), Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver), The Darling Foundry (Montreal), Musee d'Art Contemporain (Montreal); MSVU Art Gallery (Halifax), Bass Museum (Miami), University of Houston (Texas), Real Art Ways (Hartford), The Henry Art Gallery (Seattle), Ikon Gallery (UK), Dundee Contemporary Arts (Scotland), The Physics Room (NZ), Netwerk Centre for Contemporary Art (Belgium) ... Represented Canada at The Sydney Biennale (1998) and Liverpool Biennale (2006).

Is represented in the public collections of The National Gallery of Canada, The Canada Council Art Bank, Canadian Foreign Affairs, The Art Gallery of Ontario, Musee D'Art Contemporain and many other public, corporate and private collections.

Recipient of numerous Canada, Ontario & Toronto Arts Council grants as well as the KM Hunter Artist Award, and Chalmers Art Fellowship.

Works in a variety of media including: sculpture, video, installation, drawing, photography, sound, multiples, performance & public interventions.